Monthly Archives: April 2014

Protecting Personal Privacy AND Maintaining Forensic Defensibility

As a data forensic company, often times we get involved through defense counsel on matters involving investigations of an individual’s personal computer or personal cell phone.  The matter could involve an attorney general investigation where a civil investigation demand is in place or there is an SEC investigation. Other situations where responsive data may also […]

Trial Attorneys- A lost art form & eDiscovery

I recently met with an established trial attorney to talk electronic discovery who had well over 100 trials under his belt by his early 40’s.  Year’s ago he mentioned to me that he had 10 to 15 trials per year.  Today, he is looking at maybe one or two trials per year.  The decrease in […]